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Rio de Janeiro's 'bate-bolas' stage small parade despite cancelled carnival

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The world-famous Brazilian festival is not happening this year amid the pandemic, but some still dressed up in their exuberant, hand-made costumes for a symbolic celebration.

Added on the 14/02/2021 16:01:37 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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